Fluoridation: Mind Control of the Masses http://www.befreetech.com/fluoridation.htm By Ian E. Stephens From an article in Nexus Magazine August/September 95 Despite damning evidence on fluoride toxicity, bureaucracies and multinationals continue to pollute our drinking water and mess with our physical and mental health Extracted with permission from his 1987 self-published booklet The Dickinson Statement: A Mind-Bogging Thesis Part 1 This story has a beginning, it has a middle but it has no... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: fluoride, fluoridation, mind control, ian e. stephens, stephens, befreetech, article, nexus...
Science Fiction novelette reprinted in the April 1926 issue of Amazing Stories magazine. Originally published in December 13, 1919 issue of All-Story Weekly magazine. Synopsis: Strange globes of force appear across the world, removing chunks of land and ocean. The globes were sent by Martians, who are trying to steal Earth's water resources. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Science Fiction, Sci Fi, SF, Mars, Martians, Martian SFF
Novella published in Galaxy Science Fiction (November 1952). Blurb: "It was junk they hunted, but enormously valuable and urgently needed junk that cost only bravery and the cheapest fuel ... yet they were kept from collecting it by an even cheaper lie!" ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, SF, Mars, Martians, Martian SFF
The Lone Ranger radio series inspired a spin-off called The Green Hornet. The radio show depicts Britt Reid, who in contemporary times, fights crime with a secret identity and a sidekick called Kato. Britt Reid was Dan Reid's grandson and Dan Reid was the Lone Ranger's Nephew. For a Free Download of Comic Books based on Movie and TV Western Cowboy Stars such as: Buck Jones, Cisco Kid, Durango Kid, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy, John Wayne, Johnny Mack Brown, Lash LaRue, The Lone Ranger, Rocky... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Lone Ranger, Green Hornet, Fran Striker, Comics, cbr
Working in the story department of Surprise Pictures, Olive Oyl writes a script based on the story of Aladdin, casting Popeye as the thief and herself as the Princess. For more details: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0031025/ In the Public Domain according to The Public-Domain Movie Database: http://www.pdmdb.org/content.asp?CatId=241&ContentType=&page_no=3&sortby= ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cartoon, Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Fleischer Studios
House Of Mystery was a long-running comic book that blended elements of mystery, horror and the supernaturl. Stories often had an ironic twist to them. One of the better comics of the genre. This issue features "The Amazing Swami!". Use CDisplay to read it. CDisplay is available on archive.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mystery, Horror, Supernatural
The Back to the Future comic series was a collection of 7 issues released from 1991 to 1993 and published by Harvey Comics. Nelson Dewey was the artist. Dwayne McDuffie was the author. Ken Selig was the inker (for the first issue at least).The comics were a tie-in publication to Back to the Future: The Animated Series, and shared that show's characters, setting, and designs. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Comics, Back To The Future, BTTF, Harvey, Harvey Comics, 90's, 1990's, 90's kid
These nine prints are sharper and brighter than the existing IA copies, and they are in the correct aspect ratio of their original theatrical releases. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: animation, cartoons, Superman, Bud Collier (voice uncredited), Paramount Pictures, Max Fleischer
This German propaganda movie was part of a U.S. Navy archive compiled during WWII, and acquired by Periscope Film. This Kriegsmarine film shows the cruise of the German warships Gneisenau and Blucher in the North Atlantic in 1939 and 1940. These two ships were to be part of what Adolph Hitler hoped would be a new German Navy that would challenge Britain's mastery of the sea. The cruiser Blucher would be sunk just a short time after the film was made, in 1940 during the invasion of Norway. The... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: U.S. Navy recruiting film.
A trip through strange and magical worlds where anything can be created—swirling electronic logos, chrome dinosaurs, a melancholy night club piano player, and some of the finest electronic sequences in film history! 58 minutes. Ripped from VHS tape. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: computers, technology, animation, cgi
(1) "The Allied Control Commission for the conduct of affairs in civil Germany is brought into being by the military signatories for hte four powers who will administer the quadruple occupation of Germany. General Eisenhower signs for the United States, Marshal Montgomery for the British, Marshal Zhukov for the Soviets and General de Tassigny for France." scenes of agreement signed at Zhukov's headquarters in Berlin (2) GI's Tour Hitler's Headquarters - "Thousands of vacationing... ( 2 reviews )
National Archives and Records Administration Atomic Attack NTIS AVA09891VNB1, 1950 In this sobering film, a family living 50 miles outside of New York must escape the fallout from a nuclear bomb dropped upon the Big Apple. Features Walter Matthau. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: FedFlix, ntis.gov
Episode 'All the time in the world' of the series "Tales of tomorrow", originally broadcast June 13, 1952 (Season 1, Episode 37). Featuring: Esther Ralston, Jack Warden, Don Hammer and Lewis Charles. Directed by: Don Medford. With commercials. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Live TV, 1950's, Fifties, Kinescope, ABC, Tales of Tomorrow
This is Clip 10 from the Thirtieth Archive release of our stock footage. This is two simple versions of TV Static or white noise as seen in Poltergeist. This footage is from my personal collection. I have tried to organize these clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't afford footage will have access. Please don't try to just sell this footage as stock footage. You must use the material in... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Bridgewater Video, Stock Footage, Free Stock Footage, BTV, BTV Stock Footage, Stock Footage...
PLEASE NOTE: A much higher-quality DV version (2.3 GB) now available at http://www.archive.org/details/TripDownMarketStreetrBeforeTheFire Pictures San Francisco's main thoroughfare as seen from the front window of a moving Market Street cable car, before the downtown area was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire. This unusual record has been called the first "structural film" because it follows exactly the externally imposed structure of the car ride. Here is a post from the... ( 34 reviews ) Topics: San Francisco: Scenics: Historical, Transportation: Cable cars, Landscapes: Cultural
Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama. Nina is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by email. Three hilarious shadow puppets narrate both ancient tragedy and modern comedy in this beautifully animated interpretation of the Indian epic Ramayana. Set to the 1920's jazz vocals of Annette Hanshaw, Sita Sings the Blues earns its tagline as "the Greatest Break-Up Story Ever Told." ( 55 reviews )